Is there really any such thing as a ‘simple love story’?
Writer/director Francis Lee’s romantic drama God’s Own Country is so honest, affecting and sexy that it feels almost effortless, although that’s clearly not the case.
We talk to Francis and explore his directorial debut in depth, from conception to casting to a myriad other creative decisions, in order to unlock the mysteries of love and find out how to bring emotion to motion pictures.
This talk is part of Behind The Screen with Grey Goose
, a series of inspiring talks, workshops and screenings preceding the main feature film at our Film4
Summer Screen outdoor cinema season.
Receive the red carpet treatment on arrival with a complimentary dream-themed cocktail before settling in for an intimate film-themed talk. Book your ticket for the accompanying feature film* and you'll receive priority seating at the front of the courtyard with Grey Goose cushions and blankets and a second cocktail from the Grey Goose East Wing bar.
*Please note tickets for this talk and the night's film ticket must be booked individually.